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Feb 15, 2013 6:00am EST
in london. so you have a live trade in it at the moment. many people are puzzled as to why this stock has only lost now 4% of its value globally. and you have to understand how big carnival is, how well run and is well respected it is within the investment community. this is a huge stock. it has a 30 billion market cap, far bigger than most other stocks within the t&l sector. and on tuesday night when they warned and they did, they had an 8k warning, they said this could cost us 8 to 10 cents earnings per share. that's only 4% of their expected profitability for the entire year. most analysts on average have a buy recommendation. it's a gravy dividend play and, of course, they're so well insured. that's the other thing. if you look back at where we are this time last year, you know, when they have the tragedy off the coast of italy with the concordia, 32 people were actually killed. that isn't happening this time around. but then it was. and they came through and they said, look, we have a $30 million deductible on the ship, a $10 million deductible on the third party insurance and a mont
Feb 28, 2013 6:00am EST
" reported that regulators are focusing now on a complex derivative debt rooted through london built on a recent regulatory action mounted towards a goldman sachs account in switzerland. the product in question is now known as a contract for difference. it allows investors to simply bet on changes in the price of a stock without owning the shares and it's not an option, either. such contracts are not apparently regulated in the u.s., but they are popular in br britain. and goldman sachs knows who put this trade forward in switzerland. >> and won't tell, right? >> and will not tell because the swiss laws say that goldman sachs is not allowed to even tell regulators in the u.s. who actually put the trade through. >> that's crazy. >> they'll fold on that. if the s.e.c. or the u.s. regulators come hard on the swiss, they're ka partnership ewe late. >> the swiss will? >> yeah. they've been under the gun so much in the last five or ten years, banking secretessy has loosened up. >> but it's not going to be pressure on goldman. it's going to be pressure on the swiss. >> it will come through
Feb 6, 2013 6:00am EST
's higher by 84 -- there we go. it's lower by 61 for wti. brent at 116, n london, lower by 28 cents. the ten-year note. yielding 1.99%. a gain of .8 point. we may have to learn all that stuff if we go back to, you know, trading in fifths at the stock exchange. and then the yen at a 34-month low against the euro and also against the dollar. the head of the central bank has got to leave three weeks earlier than expected. that's leading to more expectations of faster and quantitative easing. gold at 16.69 per ounce. steve? >>> time for the global markets report. who better than kelly evans, standing by in london. kelly? >>> steve, good morning. i just want to pick up on what michelle said. she was talking about what's happening with the nikkei. all i want to show you today is basically forex. this base is driving so much of the return, so much of the trade across the globe. the dollar/yen, 93.66. flirting with the 94 level. we had jeffrey on from ubs saying this could go to 100 in the next couple of months' time. what is that doing for the nikkei? up 3.8% today. a lot of people saying if you th
Feb 11, 2013 6:00am EST
times" book review. >>> the group of 30 convening in london earlier this morning. this is a group of former central bankers and leaders in financial worlds. key topics were the supply of long-term capital to support long-term investment. for more we're joined by lord adair turner, chairman of the financial services authority and a member of the group of 30. thanks so much for joining us. >> good morning. or good afternoon just in london. >> yes, absolutely. good afternoon to you. we really want to talk about all the news that you have created in the last week, because you're talking about helicopter money. that we should remove the taboo of monetization, just a lot more printing, am i oversimplifying it? >> only slightly. i mean, the idea that governments and central banks should not finance deficits with money is one of the great taboos in economics. one of the interesting things about it is if you go back to what milton friedman wrote in 1948 or what henry simons, one of the founding fathers of the chicago school wrote in 1936, they believed that it was the obvious thing to do t
Feb 21, 2013 6:00am EST
is headed next. >> got it. before we fly to london to complete the narrative on dick fuld, it was a jet blue flight from florida to new york. they were giving him a hard time saying hit drivers was teaching him how to use the jet blue ticket counter. that part of the story can't be true because he's been taking jet blue for years. they have a place down in jupiter and -- >> whoa, whoa, the new york post is saying something that's not completely true? >> no. i'm sure he was on jet blue, but -- >> but they're spinning the article in a way that might not be accurate? the new york post without maybe attribution and sources and everything else? >> no comment. >> time for the global markets report. kelly evans is standing by in london. good morning to you, kelly. >> andrew, good morning. now, jet blue doesn't, but i can tell you there's not a lot of positive news to come out of europe this morning. if you guys want to look at why futures are pointed lower today, wall street has a lot to do with the activity you're seeing behind me. there's only about a dozen companies that are in the green this mo
Feb 5, 2013 6:00am EST
are up by about $2. 1,678.$1,678.40 an ounce. >> kelly evans is standing by in london. kelly. >> steve, good morning. we've had a lot of talk, a lot of earnings out this morning across europe. the market tone is better than yesterday, as you might expect. i can't say we've fully recouped our losses. markets are up about 0.6%. we can take a look at some of the major indexes. for the most part, it's green. the xetra dax down 1.6%. we saw declines in the range of 3% or more for some of these indexes yesterday. a lot of guests we've been speaking to on our program say they feel yesterday was more than of a pause than a start. a lot of people talking about taking profits in these markets. that's the conversation that's happening on both sides of the atlantic. on that note, i also want to show you what's going on nor the swiss market. ubs reported earnings today, ftse 100 adding about the same bp shares the last time we checked were trading to the up side after reporting earnings. let's take a look at what's happening with bp and ubs. still up 1.5%. we'll start off by giving you a sense of w
Feb 12, 2013 6:00am EST
by in london. >> michelle, thanks. i wanted to turn your attention to right here barclay's up 4% today. this after the bank delivered its long awaited turn around plan. investors thought the plan was somewhat less aggressive when it came to restructuring the business than it might have expected. just swinging around, it's otherwise a generally quiet session. advancers outpacing decliners by about a three to two ratio. overnight, china is still closed. we closed all week to celebrate the lunar new year. but, again, let's take a look at what's been happening with shares of barclay's. so the investors saw a knee jerk reaction up 4% after the bank delivered 2012 earnings. came out and talked about his restructuring plan. the way it de-emphasized the investment bank under the new ceo anthony jenkins who came in in the middle of last year after the libor, after a series of the bank. analysts do have a series of concerns about the bank. its r. o.e. last year was up. >> i think the analysts haven't had a chance to digest what we're launching today because we haven't done the mess tagsz. so wha
Feb 14, 2013 6:00am EST
london, new york, tokyo, hong kong. that's what one world is about. and i think it really is the most powerful alliance in the industry. >> okay. selfishly for all the viewers who fly on you, what happens to our miles? and what credit card now are we going to have to use to get the miles? >> your miles, we'll combine the two programs, so if you happen to have miles in both programs you now combine those into a larger airline and you can use them on a larger airline. this is great for consumers in terms of your miles. >> just be valued at the same rate as the venezuelan bolivar, right? one for one? they're good? they're not being -- >> they're good. >> they're sinking like the yen. >> increasing in value. >> all right. okay. >> and finally i see you have the new american airlines logo behind you. the entire airline is going to be american now? you going to rebronze the whole thing? >> yeah, that's right. and in fact, we've got 60 brand-new airplanes coming this year. they'll come in the new livery and of course we're out launching new livery on the rest of our existing fleet. that's wh
Feb 19, 2013 6:00am EST
talking to you. >> okay. >> have you eaten at public foods ever over in london. >> fish and chips. shepherd pie? >> oh, that isn't what it is. >> no. >> you love german -- >> i love my german. i don't love german -- twitter is pretty good here. got a lot of stuff coming in sfp. >> what did they say? >> coming up, we're going to head over to the chairs. joe may have some -- >> camel meet? meat? >> no. >> more about food. and just how much money are studios spending to promote their oscars. ken langone, no topic off the table. stay tuned for ken and a lot more. i know what you're thinking... transit fares! as in the 37 billion transit fares we help collect each year. no? oh, right. you're thinking of the 1.6 million daily customer care interactions xerox handles. or the 900 million health insurance claims we process. so, it's no surprise to you that companies depend on today's xerox for services that simplify how work gets done. which is...pretty much what we've always stood for. with xerox, you're ready for real business. if your a man with low testosterone, which is...pretty much
Feb 20, 2013 6:00am EST
bit. standing by in london. miss evans, good morning to you. >> andrew, good morning. it's the bank of england that's moving markets today. the federal reserve minutes later today are sure to be the focus of the u.s. session. over here, the action's started. the sterling/dollar behind me, down .8%. we did fall below the 154 level. guys, we've been flirting with 153, below 153 in the last couple of minutes, as well. the first time we've been at these levels since last july. more significantly it comes as the bank of england saw governor king who's leaving outvoted with others on wanting to increase the size of the quantitative easing program. don't expect that they're sort of shedding any tears over the strong market reaction today when those minutes pass. the bank of england saying the weaker sterling is good for growth. a lot of britains tonight agree as they look at a continuing rob of their discretionary purchasing power. that story is something not just britain is dealing with for the time being. what it is doing, if we can flip over to the market reaction for stocks, is helping
Feb 26, 2013 6:00am EST
the european markets right now. and joining us now from london is gemma godfry of brooks mcdonald asset management. she's also a cnbc contributor, and gemma, one thing i took from your notes is that -- and if you connect the dots, it's italy, which is large enough on its own, as a part of europe, but it's also, it makes you wonder about contagion again. because the entire continent is facing austerity and it's really easy to chafe under austerity. >> exactly. i mean, our view on the italian elections is that obviously this has been a shock to investors and they're often key reasons for concerns. we're also saying that it's a fantastic buying community. just calling on your analogies with entertainers, you can kind of liken it to let's say jennifer lawrence's performance at the oscars. you know, her falling down the stairs, a complete shock. but, the follow-up interviews really showed her, allowed her to shine. and likewise the italian elections a complete shock to investors but potentially a buying opportunity. so the three reasons why we're concerned. first of all, on the political fro
Feb 1, 2013 6:00am EST
modest gains in london and in germany. let's get the countdown to the january jobs report. we are less than 24 minutes away, we have assembled our panel of experts to go through their final predictions before we get the numbers. mark zandi is the chief economist at moody's an litics. austan goolsbee is the chairman of the former economic advisers under president obama. and jared bernstein is former economic adviser to vice president biden. he's a senior fellow at the center on budget and policy priorities and a cnbc contributor. of course we have steve liesman with us and our guest host today kelly king who is chairman and ceo of bb and t. let's go down the line. we were just talking a little bit, mark, about your adp prediction. the number was private payrolls. what are you looking for? >> 180,000 jobs. and unemployment rate stays steady at 7.8%. >> you're a little ahead. >> what is consensus? >> 160 to 166 depending on which one, i think thompson was at 160. >> i actually think if you had done one overnight, i think it's crept up. i think the expectation on the street is a bit higher
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